Once you have searched our collections and found materials that you are interested in using, it's time to give Special Collections a visit!
Special Collections is home to unique or rare materials that may exist in no other place outside of Marshall. With this in mind, we request that you:
After you've found a collection you would like to use, you can request a collection using the collection request form. Be sure to list all non-circulating books, archives, and manuscript materials you would like to consult during your visit to allow for prompt service.
Having trouble finding materials relevant to your topic? Ask us! There is always somebody ready to help you at the Special Collections reference desk. You can also reach us via email at email@example.com or by phone at (304) 696-2343.
Interested in having an archivist teach in your course? You can request instruction using the virtual instruction request form and selecting "Special Collections and Archives or Government Documents Research."
Interested in incorporating Special Collections into your course beyond a one-shot instruction session? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and see how we can assist in meeting your course goals.